Michael Vogt announces the ninth release of Snappy Ubuntu Core 15.04 which includes support for ubuntu-core-config tool loadable modules, basic Store Channels support, as well as testing improvements and bug fixes.
Snappy is something that has been announced and worked for some time by Canonical. Something that promises improvements to the system. Follow here at Diolinux, the news on the subject.
Michael Vogt Announces Ninth Release of Snappy Ubuntu Core 15.04
Yesterday, Michael Vogt announced the ninth image of the Snappy Ubuntu Core 15.04 operating system. Michael posted the following message to his ad:
Hello snappy world,We are happy to announce a new stable release of Snappy Ubuntu Core stable release (image number 9 in stable release 15.04).
According to the announcement by Michael Vogt, this new release brings support for ubuntu-core-config tool downloadable modules, basic Store Channels support, as well as improvements in testing and bug fixes.
Snappy Ubuntu Core is a special edition of the Ubuntu Core operating system that uses Snappy packages instead of traditional Debian-based standards. It is a system that is heavily focused on embedded systems and IoT devices and allows traditional upgrades with rollback functionality as well as extra security.
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